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Dk Readers Star Wars Clone Wars Yoda In Action Level 3 [Paperback]

Dorling Kindersley
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fun book March 8 2014
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My son loved this book.....enough to let the dog eat the old copy. lol. No issue's with recieving this item.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Younglings love this easy-reader! Sept. 21 2011
By Tristan's mom - Published on
This made a great giveaway at Jedi training for our six-yr-old's birthday. Much better than all the LPC out there (Little Plastic...Stuff). Even the girls loved it.
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4.0 out of 5 stars . . . the power to blow-up an entire planet! Nov. 7 2010
By The Delite Rancher - Published on
As the title suggests, "Death Star Battles" is all about one of the most powerful weapons ever imagined. From an in-universe perspective, the book is a non-fiction look at the Galactic Empire's Death Star. It begins with the building of the weapon and a look at Palpatine's intentions. After the introduction, the title chronologically follows Obi-Wan Kenobi's mission to rescue Princess Leia. Events include the prison break, escape from the garbage compactor, Luke & Leia's jump and Obi-Wan's final lightsaber duel. After the escape, the Rebel Alliance ultimately succeeds by destroying the Death Star -or more specifically the first one. Afterwards, a more powerful replacement is constructed. The book retells of Luke's duel with Vader and the Battle of Endor. In essence, "Death Star Battles" describes the story of the most cherished characters as they interact with the Death Star. That's not to say that the book simply retells the Star Wars story since trivia is offered that will illuminate even the most learned fans. For example, who knew that the original Death Star sustained a population of 1.7 million? While the second Death Star took only minutes to recharge, who knew that the primary weapon in the first one took 24 hours? "Death Star Battles" features a table of contents and a glossary. The attractive illustrations are lifted from the entire saga of films. The text in this 48 page book is good for most third and fourth grade readers. The writing has a chatty, conversational tone. While it's far from great art, the intended audience should get sucked into this read as if pulled in by a tractor beam.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Another great addition to a stellar series Feb. 26 2009
By Tim Lasiuta - Published on
DK has a remarkable line of 'Reader' products. The Star Wars line now includes stories about the Clone Wars, classic star wars, and career paths for the Jedi knight.

"Yoda in Action", written by Heather Scott is an enjoyable book that pits Yoda into a violent negotiation with King Katuunko (and battle with Dooky and Ventress). As a level 3 reader, it is not indepth, but satisfies the young at heart with a hankering for master Yoda. Do you really think that Yoda can take out a thousand clones and hardware?

Why don't you find out. I love the art for the book, and am really not sure if it is taken from the new series, or done especially for this book. The King reminds me of a certain part shop operator on a planet far, far away....

Pretty good book, even for an old guy like me!

Tim Lasiuta
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great for Young Readers Feb. 24 2010
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My 6-year-old son is a HUGE fan of Star Wars. We don't let him watch the cartoon and he has only seen the movies once, but he seems to know everything about this fictitious world! So, when I noticed him bringing home the DK readers from the school library (all the little boys race to get them at school every week and he can't always get there first!), I knew just what kind of books to buy so he always has some at home to read. It is very important to have books available on topics kids love so they will love reading! Good job DK. We are amassing quite a library and he is so proud that he can read them himself!
5.0 out of 5 stars DK Readers: Star Wars series Nov. 9 2013
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My first grader loves Star Wars and I started him in kindergarten with the first levels. He loves to read them himself! He compares them to the movies he watches. They have helped to greatly increase his reading ability because of their high interest and leveled reading ability that increases as his skills increase.
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